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Old 09-18-2013, 03:47 PM   #1
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12 Volt Fridge Fans

I was cruising a thread last week reading about Amish replacement fridge cooling units. I went into the RV Cooling Unit Warehouse websight to have a look around and noticed they had cooling fans for a very reasonable $16.95. I spend way more than that in "D" cells every year!
The fan unit arrived today! It is really slick! No screws to mount it and no wires to cut to power it from the interior light.
I think I spent as much time cleaning out the shelves to put it in place as I did installing it.
I really great idea at a very reasonable price!
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How about a link to the fan?

How about a link to the fan?
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Old 09-18-2013, 04:01 PM   #3
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It's RV Cooling Unit Warehouse.
I don't know how to do the link thing!
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Old 09-18-2013, 04:12 PM   #4
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I think it's one of these.......

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Thanks for the info, I just ordered a fan for our refer.
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fridge Fan

Go to EBay and enter this #251249747796. It is a fridge fan for $13.50 and free shipping. I have this one and is great.
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Just be advised the fan will work connected to the interior light on a Dometic fridge, but not a Norcold. For a Norcold you need to run the hot wire down the drain tube and pickup a 12V connection at the back of fridge.

BTW, been there, done that in fact with two fans. Also replaced the cooling unit with a Amish unit, and still wound up installing a residential refrigerator and now wish I had just done that in the first place.

Oh yeah, also removed the fire extinguisher I installed behind the Norcold since I no longer had to worry about the possibility of a fire.
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